Search by Crop & Variety: 6763710 Hard White Spring Wheat
FA9S10-5037W is a common hard white spring wheat adapted to the Northern Plains, including parts of Montana, North and South Dakota, and Minnesota. FA9S10-5037W was developed by WestBred, from the cross “FALLER/CA908-862W”.
FA9S10-5037W is a semi-dwarf hard white spring wheat. The head is tapering shaped, lax, awned and inclined at maturity. The chaff color is white at maturity. The glume shoulders are apiculate with an acuminate beak. The seed is hard, white, and ovate with angular cheeks. The brush is medium with a collar.
A variant similar to FA9S10-5037W but is 10-15 cm taller occurs at a frequency of .2% (20 plants per 10,000). A red seed variant may occur at a frequency of up to .25% (25 seeds per 10,000). An awnless variant may occur at a frequency of .1% (10 plants per 10,000). A bronze chaff variant may occur at a frequency of .1% (10/10,000). Otherwise, this variety has been uniform and stable in appearance and performance across several generations (F6 —F11) and environments.